Ethical Perspectives

Edited by Chris Brown
(Routledge, 1994)

1     Introduction
       Chris Brown, University of Southampton

Part 1   Constitutionalism, federalism and confederalism

2     Approaching democracy: A new legal order for Eastern Europe – Constitutionalism and secession
       Cass R. Sunstein, University of Chicago

3     Federalism and confederalism
       Murray Forsyth, University of Leicester

Part 2  Cosmopolitan and communitarian perspectives

4     Justice and boundaries
       Onora O’Neill, Cambridge University 

5     Cosmopolitanism and sovereignty
       Thomas W. Pogge, Columbia University

6     Cosmopolitan liberalism and the states system
       Charles R. Beitz, Bowdoin College

7     The nation-state:  a modest defense
       David Miller, Oxford University

8     The ethics of political restructuring in Europe- the perspective of constitutive theory
        Chris Brown, University of Southamption

Part 3  Europe Today: Nationalism and Post-Communism

9      Notes on the new tribalism
        Michael Walzer, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton

10    The moral basis of political restructuring
        Zarko Puhovski, University of Zagreb

Part 4  Conclusions

11     Cosmopolitans and communitarians – A commentary
        Ryszard Legutko, Jagellonian University

12    Comment and conclusions
        Hidemi Suganami, Keele University